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  • We should have a NSFW Warning for NSFW Stories, you know, like in Trollpasta Wiki and CP Wiki...

    In SP Wiki, whenever the NSFW Category is added to a story, we should make it just like in CP Wiki, a box asking if you wish to proceed or not, blocking the vision of the pasta...

    What do you guys think?

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    • Support Support - that would work very well

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    • Support Support - Though, would there be a way to make it an optional setting (enabled by default) in user options?

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    • Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      Support Support - Though, would there be a way to make it an optional setting (enabled by default) in user options?

      Probaly.

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    • Support Support -I was thinking of that, but I shrugged it off. Good thing you mentioned this.

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    • [1] Support- i support :) Rick

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    • just a warning, but not a restriction~ 


      Support-

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    • Support Support - Okey dokey.

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    • Support Support - BUT we need to make it so not as many stories are "NSFW." They need to be immediately objectionable without digging into the contents. After all, >90% of the stories here are "NSFW" after reading them.

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    • I'm in full support of this idea

      Support

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    • Support Support - Yes.

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    • I, Da Cashman wrote:
      Support Support - BUT we need to make it so not as many stories are "NSFW." They need to be immediately objectionable without digging into the contents. After all, >90% of the stories here are "NSFW" after reading them.


      What makes you say that? I don't think that's true at all.

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    • Support, whoo!

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    • Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      I, Da Cashman wrote:
      Support Support - BUT we need to make it so not as many stories are "NSFW." They need to be immediately objectionable without digging into the contents. After all, >90% of the stories here are "NSFW" after reading them.

      What makes you say that? I don't think that's true at all.

      It's a pasta wikia...blud and stuff.

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    • And you think violent text is NSFW? Hell naw. Western cultures don't give a DAMN about violence. Maybe if it had a really gorey, graphic image, sure, but 90% of the articles on this site don't have that. Just a little dialogue.

      Most fanfics are more NSFW than 90% of this site's content. Conservatives freak out way more about sex.

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    • Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      And you think violent text is NSFW? Hell naw. Western cultures don't give a DAMN about violence. Maybe if it had a really gorey, graphic image, sure, but 90% of the articles on this site don't have that. Just a little dialogue.

      Most fanfics are more NSFW than 90% of this site's content. Conservatives freak out way more about sex.

      May I direct you to this, this, and this.

      The point is, we're giving warning. It frees us of liabilities and etc. Those three things, are considered NSFW. They have heavily described violence, sexual banter, or are just plain out gross.

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    • Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      And you think violent text is NSFW? Hell naw. Western cultures don't give a DAMN about violence. Maybe if it had a really gorey, graphic image, sure, but 90% of the articles on this site don't have that. Just a little dialogue.

      Most fanfics are more NSFW than 90% of this site's content. Conservatives freak out way more about sex.

      You're thinking of, like, late 90s cable television standards. I'm thinking more of work & school standards.

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    • I'm personally okay with any rules, as long as they don't drive potential writers away from this great sire, and prevent others that are already on it to leave. However, if the rules do stop perverts and very disturbed people from spreading their crap to the rest of us. You know what I'm saying? Calasan, your thoughts on this?

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    • I, Da Cashman wrote:
      Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      And you think violent text is NSFW? Hell naw. Western cultures don't give a DAMN about violence. Maybe if it had a really gorey, graphic image, sure, but 90% of the articles on this site don't have that. Just a little dialogue.

      Most fanfics are more NSFW than 90% of this site's content. Conservatives freak out way more about sex.

      You're thinking of, like, late 90s cable television standards. I'm thinking more of work & school standards.

      How closely do you think Dilbert's boss is looking at his screen from the entrance to his cubicle?

      I'm just saying it's really obvious when it's an image on a page, but unless you're working in a 4-foot-by-4-foot workspace, no one's going to actually read the text on your screen in a workplace. And even if they hypothetically were to really get up close enough to scan it, I think they'd notice sexual terminology a lot sooner than they'd pick up on words like "disembodied" or "maimed" or whatever hot-button phrases there are relating to violence.

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    • The Infinite One wrote:
      I'm personally okay with any rules, as long as they don't drive potential writers away from this great sire, and prevent others that are already on it to leave. However, if the rules do stop perverts and very disturbed people from spreading their crap to the rest of us. You know what I'm saying? Calasan, your thoughts on this?

      >Perverts and very disturbed people

      Part of the pasta business is these people; think of it as an occupational hazard. As long as they keep their mouths shut and don't violate rules, I can't do anything about it. However, if they start being idiots, then I can agree with you there.

      As far as rules that drive potential writers away and make people leave, there's always a chance of that happening. If I recall, several people left at the banning of Sonic.exe and further people left because they couldn't handle the fact there were new rules being put into place.

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    • Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      I, Da Cashman wrote:
      Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      And you think violent text is NSFW? Hell naw. Western cultures don't give a DAMN about violence. Maybe if it had a really gorey, graphic image, sure, but 90% of the articles on this site don't have that. Just a little dialogue.

      Most fanfics are more NSFW than 90% of this site's content. Conservatives freak out way more about sex.

      You're thinking of, like, late 90s cable television standards. I'm thinking more of work & school standards.
      How closely do you think Dilbert's boss is looking at his screen from the entrance to his cubicle?

      I'm just saying it's really obvious when it's an image on a page, but unless you're working in a 4-foot-by-4-foot workspace, no one's going to actually read the text on your screen in a workplace. And even if they hypothetically were to really get up close enough to scan it, I think they'd notice sexual terminology a lot sooner than they'd pick up on words like "disembodied" or "maimed" or whatever hot-button phrases there are relating to violence.

      The only reason I am able to access this wiki at school is because it's a wiki.

      Other than that, it would be blocked because of the texts and terminology. And yes, teachers and bosses are going to look at your screens and read the text. Because why the fuck and what the fuck are you reading, instead of working like a good pe- Employee?

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    • Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      I, Da Cashman wrote:
      Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      And you think violent text is NSFW? Hell naw. Western cultures don't give a DAMN about violence. Maybe if it had a really gorey, graphic image, sure, but 90% of the articles on this site don't have that. Just a little dialogue.

      Most fanfics are more NSFW than 90% of this site's content. Conservatives freak out way more about sex.

      You're thinking of, like, late 90s cable television standards. I'm thinking more of work & school standards.
      How closely do you think Dilbert's boss is looking at his screen from the entrance to his cubicle?

      I'm just saying it's really obvious when it's an image on a page, but unless you're working in a 4-foot-by-4-foot workspace, no one's going to actually read the text on your screen in a workplace. And even if they hypothetically were to really get up close enough to scan it, I think they'd notice sexual terminology a lot sooner than they'd pick up on words like "disembodied" or "maimed" or whatever hot-button phrases there are relating to violence.

      You know Xelrog I think that's been my point this whole time. Too many stories here get marked NSFW. By our current standards, anything with gruesome description gets marked NSFW. We need it to be immediately objectionable. So I think we agree dude.

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    • I, Da Cashman wrote:
      Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      I, Da Cashman wrote:
      Xelrog T. Apocalypse wrote:
      And you think violent text is NSFW? Hell naw. Western cultures don't give a DAMN about violence. Maybe if it had a really gorey, graphic image, sure, but 90% of the articles on this site don't have that. Just a little dialogue.

      Most fanfics are more NSFW than 90% of this site's content. Conservatives freak out way more about sex.

      You're thinking of, like, late 90s cable television standards. I'm thinking more of work & school standards.
      How closely do you think Dilbert's boss is looking at his screen from the entrance to his cubicle?

      I'm just saying it's really obvious when it's an image on a page, but unless you're working in a 4-foot-by-4-foot workspace, no one's going to actually read the text on your screen in a workplace. And even if they hypothetically were to really get up close enough to scan it, I think they'd notice sexual terminology a lot sooner than they'd pick up on words like "disembodied" or "maimed" or whatever hot-button phrases there are relating to violence.

      You know Xelrog I think that's been my point this whole time. Too many stories here get marked NSFW. By our current standards, anything with gruesome description gets marked NSFW. We need it to be immediately objectionable. So I think we agree dude.

      It is true, the category is being abused. I actually thought about making it admin-only, in order for us to be the ones who determine that based on what we've seen from reading other stories, not the writer's opinion when they've never been in said situation or read a pasta before. (Slight exaggeration about the writer's incompetence).

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    • That's actually a pretty good idea, Calsan. I support.

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    • Agreed.

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    • All in favor, raise right limb and say, I.

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    • (raises right leg) I, Da Ca$hman!

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      • raises right hand* I, The Infinite One, who works in the worlds best interests.
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    • A FANDOM user
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